parametros and cmlprt? what do they mean?

Dear all,

I am working on a paper which used Gauss version 6 and I have some problem with the following lines:

{A,gama,sigzreg,param_o,param_b} = parametros(A,A_rest,param_o,n,0);

{p_x,p_f,p_g,p_c,p_r} = cmlprt(cml(DataGMM,0,&FindARegimes,param_o));

What does the function parametros mean? What input does it need and what output does it produce?

What does the function cmlprt mean? What input does it need and what output does it produce?

I would really appreciate your help.

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cmlprt is a function from the GAUSS Constrained Maximum Likelihood package which prints out a report of the estimation results from the cml procedure.

I don't know what parametros is. It is likely a user-created GAUSS procedure that is part of the code you downloaded.

aptech

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